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I've come across this problem multiple times and nobody ever agrees on the best outcome :( Personally I think 1 link shouldn't perform 2 functions, it should either open the list or take you to the top item page you describe. You can still have it so that when you arrive on that top item there is a new submenu listed under that item of course. That's ...


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On key element to think about is that the term "Settings" refers to the software not the user. So you may find that you have two unique menu items. Profile, Account, etc. refer strictly to my information such as who I am, my username, password. Some could argue that Settings are specific to the user by saying that these are my settings that I want when I ...


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I think there are two main reasons content isn't organized much in a tree/folder structure in mobile designs, and they have everything to do with the device and not the content (and I disagree that the presentation needs to be similar): screen real estate and touch interaction. Tree structures benefit from larger screens because one of the features that ...


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Maybe the solution here is not to emphasise whether the links are internal or external but to properly categorise the content and purpose of the link targets. "Useful Links" is too broad to give the user any real clue as to why they should look there. Also, in my experience, areas that lack proper definition in a website soon become dumping grounds for ...


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These symbols are fairly standard across the internet, obviously hover is an issue for touch - I don't know whether this is a consideration for you?


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First question is whether you can change from 2 menus to 1 altogether. It sounds like no. Assuming that... Right now you're relying on a responsive site. My recommendation is to have a desktop and separate mobile site. Then your options are unlimited. With that, you can have a single menu system that shows both sections together: the top nav bar will be ...



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